Sponsored by the US State Department, Fulbright Awards are highly competitive, and provide grants for individually designed study and research projects, or for English-teaching assistantships. Nine UA graduates have been
PhD student Jana Coffman received a Symposium Merit Award for her paper presentation at the Educational Studies Graduate Research Symposium, recognizing her excellent research based work.
Alyssia Miller, a PhD student in Linguistics and Spanish, has received the Reza Ordoubadian Award. The award is presented annually at the meeting of the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL)
Caroline Beard’s Master’s thesis, entitled Generación Salida: Arquetipos Narrativos de la Fuga de Jóvenes Cerebros Españoles, was selected by the College Graduate Committee as one of the winners of the
Congratulations to Dr. Marie-Eve Monette, who was selected for the 2016-2017 Faculty Fellows in Service-Learning Program, sponsored by the Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility.
Graduate student Jana Coffman, who is working towards her PhD in Spanish Linguistics with a French minor, was nominated for the Educator of Excellence Award in August of 2016 through
Congratulations to Dr. Alicia Cipria on her new publication: Cipria, Alicia. 2015. Aspecto gramatical. In Gutiérrez-Rexach, Javier (ed.), Enciclopedia de Lingüística Hispánica. UK: Taylor & Francis, Routledge.
Lorena Gomez (Spanish PhD 2012) is on the faculty at Tennessee Wesleyan College.
Larissa Clachar (Spanish PhD 2015-2016) has accepted a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Spanish and Head of the Spanish Department at Judson College in Marion, AL.
Forrest Blackbourn (Spanish PhD, 2015-2016) has been working as a Spanish Lecturer at Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS.